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September 18, 2016


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finally sprung and we can once again venture outside and enjoy the great
outdoors. Traditionally, this is the time of year when weekend warriors all over
the nation dust off their racquets and begin their mass exodus toward whatever
passes for a tennis court in order to play what is arguably one of the most
popular games in the UK. Considering the popularity of the game, you'd think
that those who play tennis would be serious about their conditioning. After all,
with a sport that requires rapid direction change, explosive power output and a
huge anaerobic component, the demands placed upon the body can be immense.
Unfortunately though, many players rely on playing the game itself once or twice
a week as their only means of physical preparation and often fall foul of injury
as a result. In fact, statistics tells us that over 6ooo UK adults are injured
every year due to tennis participation (HASS Report 1998) with lateral ankle
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injuries becoming more and more prevalent. And lest you think these problems are
confined to older adults only, think again. It has been reported that more than
4700 youths under 15 years of age are treated for tennis related injuries every
year with many of these due to lack of physical preparation. Clearly then, there
is a great need (and a great market!) for Personal Trainers to develop
conditioning plans that reduce injury risk and increase performance amongst
tennis players. But where do we start? Well, it has been argued that ANY
conditioning programme is better than none and for the most part this has been
found to be true. As Wayne Westcott demonstrated last year with golfers, a
general programme of strength, flexibility and cardiovascular conditioning can
have positive effects on sports people regardless of the sport or position they
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which, when addressed through correct conditioning programmes, can dramatically
reduce the chance of injury and increase player efficiency. Player Profiling
Long before we ever put a weight into our budding tennis players' hands or
suggest a stretching programme to address flexibility deficits, we need to learn
about the 'machinery' that comprises the movement system of that unique
individual. A thorough assessment of the individual joints, muscles and
neurological recruitment patterns can tell us almost everything we need to know
about the neuromuscular integrity of our athletes including: – Which muscles are
facilitated – Which muscles are inhibited – Patterns of synergistic dominance -
Postural distortion patterns – Innerouter unit dysfunctions – Motor pattern
irregularities – Functional range of motion compensations As complicated as this
assessment may sound, it is in fact a relatively straight-forward process which,
with a little study and practice, can remove the guesswork from your programming
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and virtually eliminating the chances of injury. For example, during a Kinetic
Chain Assessment (KCA) of a tennis player we'll often find the following: Static
Posture Regular tennis players will often exhibit forward head posture,
depression and internal rotation of racquet arm, anterior tilting of pelvis and
hyperextension of the knees. All of which are created by dominance patterns
within the sport itself e.g. internal rotation and depression caused by
myofascial shortening of the pectorals (major and minor), Latissimus dorsi,
Teres major and Subscapularis as a result of overuse of the limb. Fundamental
Movement Profile Using a standard lunge or squat pattern (both particularly
relevant to the sport) often indicates the following movement dysfunctions: -
Pronation of the feet – Poor eccentric deceleration of the foot by the Tibialis
anterior – Medial tracking of the knees – Dominance of adductors over relatively
weak gluteal group – Abdominal protrusion – Weak inner unit – Anterior pelvic
tilt – Weak outer unit dominant erector spinae and lats – Increased thoracic
kyphosis – Inhibition of rhomboids by pectorals Neurological Recruitment
Assessment When the reciprocal relationships between opposing muscle groups
become affected by facilitation or inhibition there follows an altered
recruitment sequence in the muscles creating movement around the joints. In
tennis players we'll often find that the muscles that abduct the shoulder 'fire'
out of sequence leading to overuse of the Trapezius and cervical musculature
creating a condition causing overuse and stress-type injuries to these areas. In
addition, the gluteal musculature will often become inhibited by the overused
quadriceps leading to a pattern of dominance in the lumbar erectors and
hamstrings. Space doesn't allow for a full description of the KCA but as you can
see, the information gained from this type of assessment is invaluable in
creating programmes that are specific to each and every individual player.
Tennis is a sport unlike any other. Played within a small confined
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accelerate a ball at speeds often exceeding 100 mph whilst moving in any and all
directions and from any number of body positions. With so many variables to
address it's often difficult for personal trainers to know where to begin with
their programming efforts. Many place their emphasis on developing extra power
for the serve (a mistake in an already overdeveloped area) whilst others focus
on developing upper body strength-endurance for the rallies. This is the way
it's always been done for tennis conditioning, after all it's predominantly an
upper body game isn't it? Well, the upper body may be responsible for delivering
the ball to the opponent's side of the net, but in truth, the upper body has
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